Apr. 1, 2020

COVID-19 and Construction Contracts

The current pandemic is dramatically affecting every aspect of our lives, and the construction industry is no exception.  As of the writing of this summary, contractor clients are contacting our firm advising that jobs are being shut down and asking what their rights are.  Owner clients are asking what obligations they have to allow construction to continue.  

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Apr. 1, 2020

With COVID-19 and Force Majeure, Canceling Deals Is Not OK!

There are strong arguments that businesses should not be able to use a force majeure argument to throw away their contracts, write Tripp Scott attorneys Ian Lis and Eli Gordon.

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Mar. 31, 2020

Restrictive Covenants: Protect What’s Yours When Employees Leave

Florida’s thriving economy has been good for companies and the workforce. With record low unemployment, however, your current employee is that much more valuable to your company, and your competition.

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Mar. 30, 2020

Economic Insights Conference Call with Steve Bannon

Wednesday, April 1, 2020, 12 Noon ET | Recorded Conference

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Mar. 28, 2020

THE LANDMARK STIMULUS BILL: HELPING YOU NAVIGATE THE COMPLEXITIES

Our team at Tripp Scott stands ready to help navigate the provisions of this far-reaching, nearly 900-page bill and determine how you and/or your organization may be affected or benefit.

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COVID-19 and Construction Contracts

The current pandemic is dramatically affecting every aspect of our lives, and the construction industry is no exception.  As of the writing of this summary, contractor clients are contacting our firm advising that jobs are being shut down and asking what their rights are.  Owner clients are asking what obligations they have to allow construction to continue.  

With COVID-19 and Force Majeure, Canceling Deals Is Not OK!

There are strong arguments that businesses should not be able to use a force majeure argument to throw away their contracts, write Tripp Scott attorneys Ian Lis and Eli Gordon.

Restrictive Covenants: Protect What’s Yours When Employees Leave

Florida’s thriving economy has been good for companies and the workforce. With record low unemployment, however, your current employee is that much more valuable to your company, and your competition.

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